Is DeShone Kizer Johnny Manziel 2.0?


Here we go again with questions for a Cleveland Browns head coach about his starting quarterback out at a club at 1:30 a.m. on Saturday with a game on Sunday. DeShone Kizer, the starter Sunday against the Titans, was yanked after a 12-of-20 for 114 yards and 2 INT performance. Then, in the postgame presser, he was asked about being out at 1:30 a.m. Saturday morning at some Cleveland club.
Kizer admits to being out. It’s probably the smart thing to do since it’s on Snap. The bad news here is that the Browns were 0-6 and he was just getting his starting job back. As I’ve said on Twitter, he’s not my QB, so I’m perfectly fine with Kizer being out every night of the week. More the merrier.


The problem here is that Hue has to answer questions about the night out after he’s yanked Kizer – again – and just might not play him again for a few weeks after what transpired this weekend. Hue seems pissed.


More from Hue:

“A guy’s personal time is his personal time, but I still think that is not what our guys do,” a surprised Jackson said when asked about it. “I think our guys work at what they do, and I would be surprised if that happened. I have never heard of that. I don’t think DeShone has that kind of character or personality that way. That is what it is.”
Receivers Kenny Britt and Corey Coleman as well as linebacker Christian Kirksey were also with Kizer along with a pair of Chiefs players, who are Cleveland natives, Travis Kelce and Kareem Hunt.

Now for what I’m being told on DMs. You guys know I have sources placed all over that city. Word eventually gets out, especially when the team is 0-7, has 1 win since late 2015 and is headed towards firing another head coach.

Manziel had 8 starts over two seasons before completely flaming out. Kizer is up to 6 starts, has a completion percentage lower than Manziel’s career NFL % and is now being questioned about going out. Folks, this isn’t good. Like I’ve said, I’m COMPLETELY PRO-KIZER GOING OUT, but once you start treading into this territory, you’re costing yourself dollars.
You have to survive the Browns experience and hope to get out and sign a free agent deal with another team. You literally have to lay low for like 3-5 years, hope you survive and get out ASAP.
The problem: it’s very tempting to just say fucc it and go out and risk the Snaps.
Hate Brian Kelly all you want, but he said this in April:

“Well, [Kizer] still should be in college. The circumstances are such that you have to make business decisions and he felt like it was in his best interest,” Kelly said. “I’m going to support him and his decision. But the reality of it is he needs more football, he needs more time to grow in so many areas. Not just on the field, but off the field.”

And then the Browns geniuses give him the starting job Day One.

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